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Easy to make boneless pork chops. Very tender and tasty.
"This was so easy and excellent! I too sauteed some onions and mushrooms first, put them aside in a bowl, then browned the chops. I added some rubbed sage to the garlic/parmesan cheese/breadcrumb mixture as well. But wow .. tasty, easy and one pan cleanup. Can't ask for anything else! "- anastasiamcfarlane
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1. Combine bread crumbs and Parmesam cheese in large resealable plastic bag. Add chops and shake to coat.
2. Heat oil in large skillet, over medium-high heat, and cook chops until brown on both sides. Remove chops from skillet, and reduce heat to medium.
3. Blend soup and milk in skillet. Bring to a gentle boil. Return chops to skillet. Cover, reduce heat to simmer and cook 1 hour.
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jcardoso12 2 months agoNormally I can't cook pork to save my life. It's usually overcooked and tough, but this recipe was perfect! It was very tender and tasty. My boyfriend even said it was great and he's a very picky eater. Thanks for the great recipe. I will definitely make it again.
anastasiamcfarlane 3 months agoThis was so easy and excellent! I too sauteed some onions and mushrooms first, put them aside in a bowl, then browned the chops. I added some rubbed sage to the garlic/parmesan cheese/breadcrumb mixture as well. But wow .. tasty, easy and one pan cleanup. Can't ask for anything else!
briggsey 5 months agoeasy and fast
cristinakj 6 months agoI (naturally) tweaked it a little. Followed leads of other reviewers & saute'd onions & mushrooms (seasoned lightly with a bit of thyme, garlic powder & pepper). I had to update serving size to 11 (yeah, I know...crazy!) and it called for not-quite-three cans of soup but I only had two. I did, however, have an unopened 8 oz package of cream cheese so I cubed it and added a little extra milk. Added the mushroom/onion mixture to the sauce, then added the (breaded & browned) pork chops. Fantastic! So creamy! So easy! Would definitely make again, and would also stick with using boneless pork chops. Served with buttered egg noodles & carrots.
Rhonda375 7 months agoFast and easy. Nice flavor.
opalbrown9 7 months agoThis was a delicious and simple meal that I will be making again
Wndrwmn12 10 months ago
Ajc1957 11 month agoAwesome taste and very easy
DebPat 11 month agoGreat. no need for a knife
jfbwright 1 year ago
Macknzy 1 year agoExcellent! I made 6 chops for 2 teenagers, 1 adult and a fussy toddler that doesn't like to eat meat and there were no leftovers! I'll definitely be making this one again and soon!
jlmoon 1 year agoGreat recipe, tasty dish, but Armaced, you have taken a picture of 5 pork chops not 4..... you cheated! :)
djaldridge 1 year ago
debbysalmon 1 year agoThese were amazing!
Holly88 1 year agoQuick & easy from ingredients on hand!
rangerwife 1 year agoI liked it and I hate pork
jonrobbins 1 year agoUsed boneless chops and this turned out GREAT! Added to the rotation and FAV's !!!
Kindermom 1 year agoI can't cook but even I was able to make this. Delicious with rice!
jlmoon 1 year agoKids loved it as did I. Even enjoyed the leftover chop that was in the freezer for a few weeks just yesterday.
crystalpalmer 1 year agoIt was really good, I added sauted mushrooms and onions to it and served it over rice!